TAXES IN INDIA CAN BE DIVIDED INTO
DIRECT AND INDIRECT
Taxes in India can be divided as direct and indirect taxes. Direct tax is a tax you pay on your income. Indirect tax is a tax that somebody else collects on your behalf and pays to the government. This tax is, in turn, passed down to the government. Direct Taxes are broadly classified as :
1. Income Tax
2. Corporate Tax
1. Income Tax – This is taxes an individual or a Hindu Undivided Family or any taxpayer other than companies, pay on the income received. The law prescribes the rate at which such income should be taxed,
2. Corporate Tax – This is the tax that companies pay on the profits they make from their businesses. Here again, a specific rate of tax for corporate has been prescribed by the income tax laws of India.
Individual Income Tax Return For Individuals, HUF, AOP and BOI, taxes are based on income slab basis.
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31st Dec – Due date for Investment proofs
31st Mar – Due date for Investments
31st July – Due date for Income Tax return
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2) Preparation of Books of Accounts
3) Off site meeting with Balance sheet, Profit and Loss and Income Computation sheet
4) Tax Payment and Tax Filing
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All companies incorporated in India are required to file income tax returns. Under the Income Tax Act 1961, company tax return filing is of 2 types, namely domestic company and foreign company.
Domestic company means an Indian company registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs like Private Limited Company, One Person Company or Limited Company.
Turnover up to Rs.250 Cr (Previous year) – 25%
Turnover exceeding Rs.300 Cr (Previous year) – 30%
Income Tax Return – 30th September
The income tax Act prescribes a specific mode for calculation of income and taxability in the case of Association of Persons.
An association of persons means an association in which two or more persons join in a common purpose or common action. The term person includes any company or association or body of individuals, whether incorporated or not. An association of persons may have companies, firms, joint families as its members